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Volunteers Jerry Vandermeulen (left), fire safety liaison for City of Malibu, and Scott Dittrich, CERT volunteer and Public Works Chairman, direct people Thursday, April 23, for the City’s coronavirus testing drive-thru clinic. The City announced Monday, April 27, during its meeting that they had 48 people test positive for coronavirus out of 3,000 tests administered over 11 days through a partnership with CORE and Malibu Medical Group. Photo by Suzy Demeter/Malibu Surfside News
Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter
7:32 am PDT April 28, 2020
During the Malibu City Council meeting Monday, April 27, the City of Malibu released testing results from its recent drive-thru coronavirus testing clinic. Only 48 out of 3,000 people actually tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) during 11 days of testing at Malibu City Hall, said City Manager Reva Feldman, who noted that it is a very low rate..